Stuntwood Documentary Premiere

If you’ve ever REALLY wanted to know how a skateboard is made, see if you can roll your way to Hollywood on March 20. Produced by Fuel TV and narrated by Chris Miller with appearances by Sheckler, Burnquist, and more, the documentary Stuntwood shows you how decks are manufactured–all the way from planting a seed in the Great Lakes area to it’s ultimate demise after landing a 15-stair ollie the wrong way. It’s all about bolts kiddos. For more info, peep their website.

“STUNTWOOD” Screening

There will be a FREE screening of “STUNTWOOD: The Birth, Life and Death of a Skateboard” in Hollywood March 20th, 2007.

Come on out.

March 20, 2007

Stuntwood: The Birth, Life and Death of a Skateboard

Directed by Jeff Roe
A film by Bluebush Productions
& Fishegg Films

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Doors: 7:00 p.m.
Screening: 8:00 p.m.
6356 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Jeff Roe will be in attendence for the Q&A after the screening

A fast-paced documentary, Stuntwood takes a comprehensive look at skateboarding through the journey of the skateboard itself. From the maple forests of the Great Lakes Region to the urban streets where skateboards thrive, Stuntwood follows the wood through factories and the processes of becoming a skateboard and delves into how the board profoundly affects people, art, and public spaces. This unique documentary celebrates the wood and the culture that surrounds it. ticles2.php?article=129 hedule